The Walls of Chemainus
We were in Chemainus recently, which is a small waterfront town north of Victoria on the east coast of Vancouver Island.
It is known for the dozens of murals that decorate the walls in town, and otherwise for many brightly coloured buildings.
On this roll I only photographed one mural, and a few buildings.
Perhaps I am a bit perverse, but I like the plain simplicity of the wall in the bottom photo as much as any of the ones with murals.
There are other rolls, shot on three cameras in total as part of testing those cameras.
The remainder of Chemainus images from this roll will show up in a post about those cameras as a comparison with a known high quality point and shoot (is there a better really small film point and shoot than the mjuii?)
This is part of the second roll that is in my 52Rolls post today, called Recording Studio, and several posts here in the past few days.
Olympus mjuii, Kodak Gold 200, expired 1999, commercially processed, scanned at home.